Jay Trower from the City of Trail took a look to see what was cooking inside the cauldron on the Home of Champions Monument in downtown Trail. Trower was trying to determine what was causing the outage to some of the lights that illuminate the cauldron.

Monument Man

Jay Trower from City of Trail investigated the monument to see what was causing an outage to some of the lights.

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